The only way to access Southern Ontario’s longest suspension footbridge in winter is by snowshoe, making this a unique and adventurous experience. For 420 feet, you’re suspended high above the snowy forest floor with expansive views surrounding you 360 degrees. On a clear day, you can see 10,000 square kilometres - to the far side of Georgian Bay and beyond!
The subtle sway of the bridge adds an element of excitement to this attraction. Fear not, the bridge is designed to be flexible and bear the weight of snow, ice and many people. Because of its wireframe design, the suspension bridge is suitable for all ages and heights, with a clear view for everyone.
Snowshoes are required to cross the Suspension Bridge during the Winter Season.
The Suspension Bridge snowshoe trail is 1km in length and rated as moderate.
Access to the Suspension Bridge is included with your winter trail pass fee.
Pets are not permitted on the trails.
No cash transactions. All major credit cards and debit accepted.
All Guests are now required to complete a covid19 assessment form.
Capacity is limited, and when capacity is reached the entrance to the park will be closed. Day Trail Pass tickets and rental equipment are available on a first come first serve basis and can only be purchased on site at Scenic Caves Nordic Centre.
Masks are mandatory at the ticket and registration buildings, and outside where ever physical distancing is not possible.
There are no indoor washroom facilities this year. A few porta-potties will be located outside the main building. Please plan accordingly.
No warm up buildings are available this year. Since all activities are outside dress accordingly for winter adventures.
As an outdoor sports and fitness facility, cross country skiing and snowshoeing are permitted to operate.
Scenic Caves is now taking an additional safety precaution by introducing our new Covid screening app. All Season Pass Holders and day guest visitors are now required to complete a Covid Self-Assessment screening test for each and every visit on the day of their visit prior to entering the grounds.
A smartphone or tablet is required to access the self-assessment.